Sport Is FedEx Field leaking sewage, again? (Video)

05:50  30 november  2021
05:50  30 november  2021 Source:   fansided.com

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FedExField is leaking sewage once again . For the second time this season, the stadium where the Washington Football Team plays their games is leaking dirty sewage on their fans. As if cheering for this team wasn’t already bad enough. It’s almost as if this is a metaphor for how Dan Snyder treats the good fans of Washington — by shitting all over them.

A leak from the upper deck at FexEx Field was not sewage but water from a holding tank. See the video . Fans at FedEx Field for Sunday’s game between the Washington Football Team and Los Angeles Chargers had to deal with an unexpected situation, but fortunately it does not sound like it was an unsanitary one. A Washington fan shared a video on social media of a steady stream of liquid raining down on some seats from the deck above.

During Monday night's Washington Football Team-Seattle Seahawks game, FedEx Field sprung a leak.

  Is FedEx Field leaking sewage, again? (Video) © Provided by Fansided

FedEx Field is one of the more notorious stadiums in the NFL, mostly due to the fact that players have suffered serious injuries on their turf. But on Monday night, a lot of attention was drawn to the luxury suites.

In the midst of the Washington Football Team's game against the Seattle Seahawks, the FedEx suites sprung a leak. But do not worry, this time it was not sewage water like earlier in the year when Washington was taking on the Los Angeles Chargers in their home opener. Instead, it was just a sprinkler leak.

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Washington fans on Sunday shared a viral video from inside FedEx Field , the home of the Washington Football Team, which shows a pipe bursting and leaking all over the heads of fans seated beneath it. It wasn’t until much later that the FedEx Field Twitter account issued a “quick update” in a post, which stated that the leakage from the pipe was in fact rain water — not sewage water — and has stopped since the initial viral outbreak. While the stadium claims that the liquid was rain water, the videos on social media tell a different story; it’s clear the fans were experiencing some foul smells.

As fans poured into FedEx Field on Sunday for Washington’s Week 1 game against the Los Angeles Chargers, an unlucky few were disrupted during the game after a pipe above them burst, leaking water into the stands. If that was not bad enough, the fans in the video believed it to be a sewage pipe.

FedEx Field sprinklers go off in luxury suite

Well, if there is one positive, at least it was not a sewage leak. Seriously, that is great news. But that luxury suite will need to be dried out for a while, that's for sure.

As for the game itself, Washington and Seattle headed to halftime tied at nine points apiece. The Seahawks took a 7-3 lead on a Russell Wilson touchdown pass to tight end Gerald Everett. Washington got ahead 9-7 on a 10-yard touchdown reception by running back J.D. McKissic. The extra point attempt by Joey Slye was blocked and returned by Rasheem Green, giving Seattle two-points and effectively tying the game.

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